Tom Gilson

Is Faith Rational In an Age of Science?

Series: Faith & Science Podcasts 2012

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Is Faith Rational In an Age of Science?
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Is faith rational in an age of science? Doesn’t science disprove Christianity?

I gave this talk at a Cru student conference in Albany last Thursday. It’s the second in a series of three science and faith talks I’m posting this week. There is some overlap, maybe 30%, between this talk and the first one in this series.
Related Resources:

  1. Recommended books
    Who Made God? Searching for a Theory of Everything by Edgar Andrews
    God’s Undertaker: Has Science Buried God? by John Lennox
    Christianity and the Nature of Science: A Philosophical Investigation by J.P. Moreland
    The Devil’s Delusion: Atheism and its Scientific Pretensions by David Berlinski
  2. Video, William Lane Craig and J.P. Moreland: Does Science Prove Everything? (Pretty entertaining!)
  3. William Lane Craig: Is Scientism Self-Refuting?
  4. Articles of mine
    God and Science Do Mix
    Servants of a Twisted God
    Child’s Play From Dawkins
    Hunter-Gatherer Nut Cases
    What’s Wrong and What’s Right With Intelligent Design
  5. On my current brief debate with Jerry Coyne:
    His New Year’s Day article in USAToday
    My criticism of his article
    His answer to my criticism
    My follow-up response
Series Navigation (Faith & Science Podcasts 2012):<<< Christianity, Science, and MaterialismChristianity and the Birth of Science >>>

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